Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 11:30 am
1300 Patriot Drive, Glenview
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Dine on a delicious lunch with your NCJW friends and family while celebrating our incoming board, thanking our outgoing board and honoring three dedicated NCJW volunteers and advocates Bev Copeland, Pam Zlotnik and Nora Zuckerman. In addition, enjoy the fabulous Elaine Soloway as she shares how to reinvent ourselves (and our NCJW) at any age.
Please bring new sheet sets (double or queen) and new towels to donate to the NCJW Luggage for Freedom Project
Elaine Soloway is a Chicago-based writer, who shares her adventures of caregiving, widowhood, relocating, and moving forward, in her books, blogs, articles, public appearances, and on her social media pages.
Beverly Levin Copeland, has been concerned about the issue of gun-violence for over 30 years. After the massacre of innocent children and teachers at Sandy Hook, she became a founding member of People For A Safer Society, a grassroots anti gun-violence group based in Skokie, which works tirelessly to keep our children and communities safe.
Nora Zuckerman and Pam Zlotnik have been involved with Luggage for Freedom since its inception in 2004 and have co-chaired the project for nearly 10 years. Their passion for community service and social justice is fueled by their past advocacy with victims of domestic violence. They both enjoy volunteering with NCJW, as well as other community based programs in the Chicagoland area.